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"Timeless Rhythms of Soul and Shakespeare" an original play starring Cathi Watson and Roger Plummer.
Even though Shakespeare was born in 1564, his works portray many of the same themes found in the great soul songs written 400 years later...
JAMES BROWN and THE BARD!
This lively, innovative presentation combines popular soul song music and classical literature that immediately engages the audience. Roger's beautiful singing of great soul songs blends seamlessly with Cathi's passionate recitation of Shakespeares Sonnets, and plays.
AH, Shakespeare knew about LOVE ALL TO WELL.
Shall I compare thee to a summer's day...etc.
Shakespeare and soul songs share...etc.
Shakespeare wrote about...etc.
Shakespeare and Hamlet...etc.
James Brown, the Godfather of Soul...etc.
SHAKESPEARE, 400 YEARS LATER. What a rich legacy SHAKESPEARE left for all eternity!
After the year 1616, never again would a new work be written by the master of the English language. Yet his unforgettable characters and stories continue to move us today. All of SHAKESPEAR'S work embraces his innovative spirit and inventive language...a potent mix of POWER, PLAYFULNESS and PASSION!
Be spellbound by magic from the Teller...SHAKESPEARE...The Tempest, SHAKESPEARE'S classic tale of revenge..OTHELLO, in a black and white world OTHELLO and DESDEMONA, fall in love.
Around the world, leading cultural, creative and educational organizations are honoring the 400th anniversary of SHAKESPEAR'S GENIUS!
SHAKESPEARE'S lasint influence on ART...etc.
Let the celebration begin...etc.
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Today, I am thankful for music.
Our quote of thanks is from Shakespeare. He said, "Nothing is more honorable than a grateful heart."
Our Bible verse of thanks is Romans 1:8. It reads, "First, I thank my God through Jesus Christ for you all, that your faith is spoken of throughout the whole world."
365 Days of Thanking God by Daniella Whyte
Available wherever fine books are sold, including Amazon Kindle for only $2.99!
Everyday Thanks Devotional - http://everydaythanks365.com/
Everyday Thanks Devotional Blog - http://everydaythanks365.wordpress.com/
DaniellaWhyte.com - http://daniellawhyte.com/
This week will be a special episode dedicated to the greatest playwriter, William Shakespeare and his mysterious life.
The Playwright Romantic: William Shakespeare
Known as the greatest poet and playwrighter that ever lived,
William Shakespeare lived in United Kingdom full of wit.
Born on April 23, 1564, the date believed to be,
Most historians cite his life as a great mystery.
He lived in a large home with his older brothers and sisters
Where he initially found his golden, dramatic writing key.
At first glance a poet, yet expanding to plays,
Shakespeare wrote Romeo & Juliet, Hamlet, and Henry the 8th.
Because of his works and contributions to theater,
Shakespeare was nicknamed Bard of Avon and The Bard.
His plays filled with emotions, conflict, and love
His works have long captured the hearts of all doves.
"Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?" or sonnet eighteen,
Describes the eternal beauty of his love, creating a beautiful scene.
It compares her long lasting beauty to a short summer day,
Allowing us to picture her gleaming in the sun,
Away from the rest of world's gloomy dark bay.
Unfortunately to the world of prose a light dimmed shut,
When Shakespeare left the world with a hint somewhat -
His death is cited as April 23rd in 1616,
Exactly the day of his birth from down within...
Barbara and James explore the question of just who was Shakespeare.
On Tuesday night July 28th at 8 pm est James Luse and I will be doing a blog talk radio show on the question "Who the heck was Shakespeare" . There are many opinions on this from one very talented man who wished to be anonymous to a group or perhaps several or even the work of many. The bulk and scope of his work and the fact that there are no hand written manuscripts also not to mention that the Stratford man's parents and children were all illiterate does seem to beg the question. Call in and give your opinion or just listen to the facts and questions and make up your own mind.
Tune into this episode of Detroit Meets the Bard to learn more abour our first production of 2015, "King Lear." Find out who's directing the show, our wonderful crew and the magnificent local cast -- as well as details of our upcoming residency at Marygrove College. That's right, Shakespeare in Detroit will be in residence at Marygrove College this winter season.
We are so very excited for this upcoming season and look forward to chatting with you this afternoon.
Learn more about our entire summer 2014 schedule. We'll also discuss why a site-specific Shakespeare company matters to Detroit. In addition, we'll make an annoucement regarding out 2014-15 schedule and next steps for the theater company.
We hope you'll tune in!
Tonight we introduce our second FREE summer production, "Romeo and Juliet."
Shakespeare in Detroit's founding Artistic and Executive Director, Sam White, will interview the show's director, Emilio Rodriguez, about the company's performance of the audience favorite Saturday, July 26 at 7 p.m.
Learn more about the company and their performance tonight!
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes author Lea Rachel to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss her love of history and writing and how the two came together in the new novel THE OTHER SHAKESPEARE.
Join The Gist of Freedom, Arts and Activism with Antonia Badon and Harlem Shakespeare Festival founder DEBRA ANN BYRD!
Ms. Byrd [Festival Founder & Producing Artistic Director] is the Founder of Take Wing And Soar Productions where she currently serves as Chief Executive and Producing Artistic Director. Ms. Byrd has guided the company's growth from its birth in 1999 into a viable support organization serving women, youth, classical artists of color and theater arts groups throughout New York.
The African Grove Theater was A Shakespearean Playhouse Founded in 1816 by Activist William Brown. It was mysteriously burned to the ground.
In 1816 William Brown a retired African American ship steward bought a house in Manhattan on Thompson Street. He used his garden in his backyard to host social events. They were such a big hit that people traveled from all over NY to attend. An all-black theatre troupe and company grew out these tea garden performances.
Riding the success of the theater, Brown later built a fully-fledged performance space on the second floor of his home
– for an audience of more than 300 – at 165 Mercer St., just south of Houston St.
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